Graeme Pearson has more than 30 years experience in bicycle design and manufacturing. Starting with aluminium bicycle frames back in 1978 and progressing through to the latest state-of-the-art aerodynamic and lightweight carbon fibre bicycles frames. Pearson Bikes were used by the New Zealand national cycling team in the 1990s. Gary Anderson won a bronze medal at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics in the individual pursuit on a Pearson frame. Pearson Bikes have been used with great success in track racing and road time trials as well as in triathlons, duathlons and multisport events.
Graeme has raced at top level in cycling, running, duathlons, triathlons and multisport events. Career highlights include being six times New Zealand duathlon champion, international wins in events like 1997 Powerman Japan duathlon and 1997 Powerman NZ duathlon, and 8th overall in the World Duathlon Championships in 1991.
Pearson Composites Ltd focuses on designing, developing and small production runs of composite components. Projects as varied as furniture design, undersea tidal power generation units and automobile manufacture are in the pipeline.
Exciting innovative design and state-of-the-art performance are synonymous with Pearson’s designs, as are strengths in design problem-solving and the development of new ideas.